A LEVEL AND GCSE RESULTS
Physics students at Charters School will develop understanding and awareness of the Physics that surrounds them. They will learn to evaluate critically how science and technology changes society. With varied opportunities to learn through research, discovery and developing their practical skills, students will be engaged in and enjoy their learning. Students will develop teamwork skills, apply numeracy, and learn to effectively communicate their knowledge. These transferable skills will prepare them for their future in society and any career path they choose, alongside providing strong foundations for specialised Physics and Engineering Careers.
• They will hold their own point of view about developments in the world of Physics and articulate advantages and disadvantages, broadening their awareness through research, debate and discussion.
• They will learn how Physics has developed over time, building on the understanding and research of others, and the importance of scientists working as a community.
• Through scientific enquiry they will learn to ask scientific questions and use the laboratory resources and equipment to provide data to come to conclusions.
• They will make connections between the scientific principles and theory they learn and the applications in everyday life.
• They will make connections between technology and the world around us and how Physics has forwarded our understanding of the Universe.
• They will be aware of how scientific theory links to the varied occupations that use Physics, and specific Physics and Engineering careers.
2021/22 TEACHING STAFF
Mr Morgan-John, Mr Hoyle, Mr Heiss, Mr Beckingham
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Key Stage 4 - AQA A Level - OCR